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J, L. SWEG. Y,
an Krr.nr.VAr aim,.
' onr am crrrjr-!r Ulrl,
WMhoHt any omblanrc or art,
ThK wMo-awnko, ixmIMn mM,
To whom I hTC ghcn my heart.
Men's womnnljr, wnllnnnil klml,
Tho rcH iHiln lilt of a pruilo,
Whoso tlhrnltr In n rolinko
To thosu too familiar, or mile.
Stio's honest nml frank nn tho clsr,
11m tinvrr ix-on known lo ilroolvo,
Ami eorj thin sho mnr orl
Is cousinly snfo In tiellev.
Her homily n not of tho kind
To net nnj hcnrt In n whirl,
Ami HshMicartpil f rlrnilthlpa nro not
Tho eholcoof mi orcry-dnr Rlrl.
llcr tnMo In tho tnnllcr of Ores
la m Ithor loo showy nor urnrp,
Jlul such ns will lowl yutt to unci!
Wio Is not to fashion a slntel
Yet mnny n ono lint turtifl roiiml
On moitlnw her out In tho ttrort,
To ailmlro tho civrry-tlnr airl
H ho lookpil so romnrkntily ewrot,
Mcr trlfln nnl horirinpon nro not
Pel out in Hlirnt-iirn army
To ilni.ln, or onvy mclto,
uroicr lor piniiiaai
Hut alttlnr tir-sMn hrrnlnni.
Or with nrholrn fow, jou will find
How irood nml how uro it I hrr hrert,
Jlow richly rnilnwnl la her mlnn.
To hor you may iro In your trlrf.
Ami frwly jour troubles irhoarscl
On hor In your sickness iloponil,
Whntcvor thnMrnltynu nTo In,
Though nt lic-r may a-l t o on no he el.
You'll nml tlm nil creryilny ulrl.
Will furnish tho help that yuu nccil.
Bho's pillcnt, fnrooirlnir nml wise,
(IikkI nnturwl, klml lipnrtnl nml true,
Ami tloos with n rcolutn will
Tlio tusks that nro rot hor to tin.
Ah, hnppy, lni1col,la hl lot.
Without nn nccnloit for strife,
Who with niich nni-irryHlriy trlrt
Cnn iKnil orcry ilny of hit llfol
-J.MrjJiliie Wl.ml, In .V, 1". Itdotr.
A F.UN.IWAY MKI.ODV.
Tlio ulotlit's-lliio wm wound scctirtilv
nrotiml tlio Irtink of four ,'imrloii.
crooKctl oM npplo-trcoi which stootl
promiscuously nliont tlio ynnl lmek of
tlio uoltngu. It was Irtn-liloHomln
time, but tlicso worn too nged nml snji
ios to Diowom ircoiy, nnti incru wm
only n whim bottirli lioro nml tlioro blink
ing Itself tritiiiniliitiitiy from nmoiignt
tho rest, which Imil only thotr nowRtt'un
k'nvim. Thcra wns a branch occiiloti
nlly which Ittiil not ovou tliusc, hut
pierced tho tctulor grenn nutl tho Hussy
whlto in hard grny ii.-tkctlticst. All over
tho ynnl the grass wns young nml grurn
nnd nhort, nnd luid not jot guttrn nny
feathery headt. Oneo In a whllo then)
wn a dandelion ct cloely down
Tho coltago was low, of a dnrk n'd
color, with whlti) f.tclns around tho
window, which had no blind, only
green paper ctirlnlnt.
Tho uack door wn In tho ecnter of
tho homo, and opened directly Into tho
greon ynnl, with hardly n prelenio of a
lep, only a lint ovnl slono before it.
Through this door, Mapping cntitlon
)y on (ho ktone, eamo preontly two tall
lnnk women In clioeolnte-eolored calico
gowns, wltlj a Imnkot of elothen bo
tween them. They (.ft Iho buikct tin
derncnth (ho lino o'i the gran, with a
little clothex pin bag bosldo it, and then
jiroeeedcd methodically to hang out tho
ctothui. Krer) thing o( a kind went to
gether, and Hio best tilings on tho out
nldo line, w hlelt could bo neon from tho
rtrect in fiMiit of iho cottage.
The two women wcru eurlouily nllko.
They wcru about the nainu liolghl, and
moved In tho nntuo way. liven tin lr
faces were s i ntmllnr In icaturo and ox
predion Unit it might have been a dif
ficult matter to dUtlnguUh between
tlicm. All tho difference, and that
would have beeu scarcely npparent to
tin ordinary obnervor. wai a dlfferenco
of degree, If it might bo no epro.iioil.
In or.o face tlio fealtires were both bold
er and sharper in outline, Iho ces were
a trillo larger and brighter, nnd Iho
wholo expression mom animated and
decided than in the other.
Ono womau'n (entity ilnib linlr wai a
Bhadedirker than the other's, and the
negalho falrnen of complexion, which
generally necompaulei drab linlr, wm
In one relieved by nsllgliltlngeof warm
red on tho check.
ThU Rlighlly intetiMlIed woman lind
been commonly considered the more nt
tr.ielhoof the two, although In reality
Ihero wa very llttlo to cIkkmo between
the p(toual appearance of three twin
niiters", I'rlieilla nnd Mary Hrown. They
moved about the clothes-line, pinning
tho weel whllo linen on Kceuroly, their
th ok whlle-nlocklnged ntiklen Bhowlng
beneath their limp callcoci ni I hoy
stepped, and tliclr largo feet In elotli
sllppem flattening down the short greon
gniw. Their Ieoei wcru lolled up,
dlepl.xyln;' their Jong, thin, muneular
nrm which were sharply pointed at
They were homely women; they woro
llfly nnd over now, Lut they never could
linvo been jiretly In their teens, their
features were too Irredeemably Irregu
lar for that. No outhful freshness of
complexion or oprolon could ever
liavo possibly dono away wilh tho bn
jirensfon that limy gave. Their plain
iiDM had probably only been enhanced
by tho contrast, and these women to
pooplo generally seemed better looking
Ihtn when they woro young, There
Wns an honesty nnd patience In both
faces that showed all the plainer for
Ono, Iho sister with the dnrkor Imlr.
moved a Utile quicker than tho oilier,
nnd lifted (ho wet clothes from tho
basket to tho lino more frequently. She
vas Iho llrst to speak, too, after Ihey
bad been hanging out tho clothes for
some little tlmoinsllenco. She stopped
ns she did so, with a wet plllow-easo in
her hand, nnd looked up reiloelively at
tho Honoring npido boughs overhead,
nnd tho blno sky showing lietween,
w Idle tho sweet Miring w liuf rullled her
scanty hair a little.
"1 wonder, Mary," said she, "If
ii. wuiiiu kuiii ru very iiuecr 10 illo a
mortun' liko this.
say. l)oti't von be.
)'s nptilo branches n-hnnln'
over inem wans miuie mil ol precious
stones, like the.o, only thero nln't nny
dead limbs among 'em, an' they're all
-overed (hick with llowers? An' I
wonder If it would seem such nu nwful
chango logo from thin nlr Into Iho air
of tho New Jerusalem." Just then a
robin hiddon somewhere In tlio trees
began to sing. "I s'poo." sho went
on, "that there's nngcW Instead of
robins, though, and they don't roost up
In trees to sltiff, but stand on Iho
., .,1 , . r
ground, with llllo growlu' round their
feet, mny be, up to their knees, or on
tho gold stones in the street, an1 plav
on their harps lo go with tho slngln.''
Tho other sister gnvo n scared, awed
look nt her. " Lor, don't talk that
way, sister," said she. " What hoe
got, Into you Istcb, P You mnko mo
crawl all oier, talkin' so much about
th. In'. You feel well, don't youP"
" Lor, yes," replied tho other, laugh
ing, nnd p'cklng up a clotho-pln for
lior pillow-case; "I feel well enough,
an' 1 don't know what has got mo to
talkin' to much about dyln' lately, or
thinkin' about It I guess It's tho spring
weather. 1'Ynps llowers growln' ipnko
anybody think pf wings iproutln'
kinder nalerally. I won't talk so much
a'-out it If it bothers you, an' I don't
know but it's sorter nateral It should.
Did you get iho potatoes before wo
camo out, elsterP"- with na awkward
and kindly effort to chango tho subject.
" No," replied tho othor, stooping
ovev tho clothcs-baskot. Thoro was
such a film of (ears in her dull bluo
eyes that sho could notdistlnguls hone
m tide from 1 11,7; her.
"Well. I jry yon bad belter go In
n' get 'em, ilieni ihey nln't worth any
tltliiK tlibi lima of year, uiiloss they
soak Rwlille, nn' I'll fintsli linngW out
tho clothes Whllo x'oti do It.'v
"Well, p'raps I'd l)ellcr,,, tho other
woman replied, stalghtcning liersolf up
from; the clolhes-bftskct. Then sho
went Into tho house without another
wonl; hut down In the deep cellar, a
minute later, sho nobbed over Iho pota
to bnrrcl as If her heart would break.
Her sister's remarks had filled her with
n vague apprehension and grief which
sho could not throw off. And lliero wa
something a Utile singular about It.
lloth these women had nlwnys been of
n deeply religious cast of mind. They
had studied tlio Itlblo faithfully, If not
undcrstnndlngly, and their religion had
strongly tinctured tholrdillyllfo. They
know almost ns much nbottt the Old
Testament prophets as they did almttt
their nolghlwrs; and that was saxlng a
uood ileal of two slnglo women In a
Now Knglnud eotinlry town. Still this
ri'llgloui element in tlielr natures co.tld
hardly have been termed spirituality.
It deviated from that as much as any
thing of.rcllgion which Is In ono way
spirituality itself could.
Hoth sisters were eminently practical
In all nlTalrs of life, down lo their very
dreams, nnd Prlsellla esjieeiaily mi.
Sho had dealt In religion wall Iho bare
facts of s'n and repentance, future pun
ishment and rewnrd. Sho had dwelt
very llttlo, probably, upon tho poetic
splendors of the 'Kleninl I'lly, and
tnlked about them still les-s. Indeed.
she had alwnjis been reticent about her
religious convictions, anil nan snui very
little about them oven to her sister.
The two women, with liod In their
thoughts every moment, seldom had
spoken His nnmo to each other. For
l'rlseilln to tnlk In the strain that she
had to-day, nnd for ft week or two pre
vious, olf nnd on, wns, from its extreme
deviation from hor usual custom, cor
roor Mary, souuing over 1110 potato
barrol, thought It wns a sign of nv
pronch'iig death. .She hnil a few supor
Mltlous'liko grafts upon her practical,
Sho wiped her eyes llnslly, and wont
up-slairs with her tin basin of jMitatocs,
which wero carefully washed nnd put to
soak by the time her sister camo In with
tlio empty Imskct,
At twcivo exactly Iho I wo sat down
to dinner In tho clean kitchen, which
was one of the two rooms tlio cottnge
boasted. The narrow entry rnn from
the front door to the back. On ono side
wns the kitchen rud living-room; on the
othor, tho room where (ho sisters slept.
Thero wero two small unlinlshcd lofts
overhead, reached by a step-ladder
through n little scutllo in the entry ceil
ing, nnd that was nil besides. The sis
ters had earned tho cottage nnd paid
for It jears boloro, by worx ng as tail
orcsses. Thovhnd qulln a snug sum in
tho bank besides, which they had s'aved
out of liielr hard earnings. Thero wns
no nei-d for I'risellla nnd Mary to work
so bard, peoplosnid, but work hardthoy
did, and work hard they would ns long
ns Ihey lled. The mere habit of work
had bfcomo ns necessary to them ns
Just ns soon as they Imd lluishcd their
ni j il and cleared away the dishes they
put on some clean stnrchod purple
prints, which wero their afternoon
dresves, and seated themselves at, tho
two front windows with tholr work; tlio
liouso faced southwest, so the sunlight
strcnincd through both. It wm a very
warm day for tho season, nnd tho win
dows woro open. In the jnnl outside
great clumptf lilao bushes stood close
to both. '1 hey grow 011 the other sldo
of the front door, too; a Utile later the
low Coltngii would look half burled In
them. Tlio shadows of their leaves
made a dancing net-work ovor Iho
freshly washed jellow lloor,
Tho two slsteri sat thoro and sowed
on souio coarse vcsM all (ho afternoon.
Neither made a remark often. The
room, with Its glossy llttlo cooking
stove, Its eight-day clock on the mantel,
its oliliitz-cushloned rueklng-ehalrs, and
the dancing shadow of the lilao leaves
on Its yellow lloor, looked pleasant and
po ac ml.
Just before r o'clock a neighbor
dropped iu with her cream pitcher to
borrow some milk fy tea, nnd sho sat
dowa for n minute's chat after sho had
got It tilled. They had loeu talking a
few moments on neighborhood topics,
when nil of n suddu'i I'riseilln let her
work full nnd raised her hand. "Hush!"
The oilier two stopped talking, nnd
listened, staring nt her wondoringly,
but they could hear nothing.
" Whnt is It, Miss l'ri-elllaP" asked
tho neighbor, with round bluo eies.
She was a pretty young thing, who had
not been married long.
"Hush! Don't speak. Don't you hoar
that beautiful music?'' Her ear was
Inclined toward the opon window, her
hind still raised wnrnlngly, and Iter
eyes fixed on tho opposite wall beyond
Mary turnod visibly paler than her
usual dull paloness, and shuddered. "1
don't hear nny lnusle," she said. " Do
you. Miss Moore?"
"No-o," replied tho enller, her
simple little face beginning to put on n
seated look, from a vague seine of a
nnstery sho could not fathom.
Mnry Hrown rose nnd w cut lo Iho
door, nnd looked eagerly up nnd down
tho street. "There alit t no organ-man
In sight anywhere," said she, return
ing, 'an' I can't hear nny music, nn'
Miss Mo.iru can't, an' we're both sharp
enough o' hearln'. You're JUt luinglu-
in 11, sinior.
"I never Imagined nnythlng In my
Hie," returned the other, "nn1 It nln't
likely I'm goln1 to begin now. It's the
beautifulest musle. It comes from over
the orchard there. Can't j on hear It?
Hut It seems to mo It's grow in' a little
fainter liko now. I guess It's moviii'
Mar Hrown set her lips hnrd. Tho
grief and anxiety sho had felt lately
turned suddenly to unreasoning anger
against tho enuso of It; through her
very love sho llred with quick wralh at
tho beloved object. Still sho did not
say much, only: "I guess It must ho
nn In oir," with a laugh, which had
an unpleasant ring In It.
After the nolghbor had gone, howev
er, sho said more, standing before her
sister w ith her nrms folded squarely
across her bosom. "Now, I'risellla
Hrown," sho exclaimed, "I think it's
about time to put a stop to this. l'e
heard about enough of It. What do
jou s'pose Miss Moore thought of you?
Next thing It'll bo nil over town that
you'to gltln' spiritual notions. To
day it's tuuslo that nobody else enn
hear, an' joMordwyyou smcllcd roses,
and thero ain't ov fu blossom this time
o' j ear, nnd nil tho tlino jou'ro talkin'
about di iu'. lor m part. 1 don't see
w by you ain t ns likoh lo Iho ns I nm.
You ro uncommon hearty on vitlles.
You ato a pretty good dinner to-day for
"I didn't say I was goln' to die," re
plied I'risellla, meekly; tlio two sisters
seemed suddenly to haio changed na
tures. "An' I'll try not to talk so. If It
plagues you. I told you I wouldn't this
morula', but tho muslo kinder took mo
by surmiso like, an' I thought mail bo
you nn' Miss Moore could hoar It. I cau
Jlst hear It a llttlo bit now, liko tho dy
ln' nwayof n bell "
" Thero j 011 go ngln !" cried tho other,
sharply. "Do, for mercy's sako, stop,
Priscllln. Thero ain't no muslo."
" Well, I won't tnlk any more about
It," sho answered, patiently; and sho
rose and began setting the table for tea,
whllo Marysnt down and roiunicd her
sewing, drawing the thread through tho
eloth with quick, uneveu jerks.
That n'ght tho pretty girl neighbor
was nroused from her first sleep by a
distressed voice nt her bed-room win
dow, crying, "Mls.x Moprel Miss
She spoko (o her husband, W ho opened
tlm window. "What's wnnied'" b
nsked, peering out into the dsrVnr.
"1'rJsclllR's slek." moacM the ills
lress"d mice, "nisfnl JKA Mip -fainted,
an' I enn't bring her tx ' '
for tho doctor iJV nV'
The xoloe ri.lf' in hr$ek. no thf Usl
wonl, nnd ihe peVf turned ami rsa
back to the cMlags whir e-n the Kxl.
lav n nsle. rannl wit. who had tool
stirred since, she left It. IniuiOTabl j
through all her shler'e ngony, she lay 1
there, her features shaping themselves
mil more ami morn from llie shadows, I
the bed-clothes that cmcrcd Iter llmbi
taking on an awful rigidity. 1
"She nmt hare died In her sleep, '
the doctor said, when ho came, "with
out a struggle."
When Mary Hrown really understood
that her sister was dead, she left her tn
tho kindly ministrations of tho good
women who are always ready In sueh
times In a country idaee, mil wont and
sat by Iho kitchen window In the chair
which her sister had occupied liiat after
noon. There the women found her when lhi
last ofllccs lind been dono for tho dead.
"Come homo with me to-night," one
ssld; "Miss Orccn will slay with W."
Willi a turn of her head toward tho op
jMulte room, nnd nn emphasis on the
pronoun which distinguished It nt once
from one npplled lo a living person.
"No," said Mary Hrown: "I'm
n-goln' lo set hero nn' listen." She had
the window wide open, leaning hor head
out into tho chilly night nlr.
The women looked nt ench oilier; one
tntiped her head, another nodded hers.
t'oor thing!" said a third.
" Yon see," went on Mary Hrown,
still speaking wilh her head leaned out
of Iho window, " I was cross with her
this nflornoon lieeauso she talked nlmut
henrin' music. 1 wns cross, an' spoko
up sharp to her, bewiuso I loved her,
but I don't think sho knew. I didn't
nnnt In think sho wns coin' lo die. but
sho wns. An' sho heard tho musle. It
was true. An' now I'm n-goln' to set
hero nn' listen till I henr It, too, nn'
then I'll kuowshn 'nln't laid ill) what I
sa'd agin me, nn' that I'm n-goln to die,
Thoy found It Impossible to reason
wilh nor; thero sho sat till morning,
with a pitting woman besido her, listen
Injr nil in vnln for unenrthly melody.
Noxt tiny they sent for n widowed
nloee of tho sisters, who came at once,
bringing her little boy with her. Mm
wns n kindly votm? woman, nnd took
1111 her nboifo "in the little cottage, and
did tho best sho could for hor poor mint.
who, it soon became evident, would
never lie qulto herself ngatn. Thero
she would sit nt the kitchen window
nml listen day after day. She took n
grent fancy to'hor nleco's Utile loy, nnd
used often to hold him In her lap ns sho
f,nt there. Oneo in n whllo sho would
nsk him If ho board nny musle, " An
Innocent llttlo thing liko' him might bear
quicker than a hard unlxdlovlir old
woman liko me," sho told bis mother
Sho lived so for nearly a year nftor
her sister died. It wns ot Ident that sho
had failed grndunlly and surely, though
there wns no nppnrcnt tlhensn. It
scorned lo trouble her exceedingly that
she never heard the muslo sho listened
for. She hail mi Men Hint she could not
die unless sho did, nnd her whole soul
seemed filled with longing lo Join her
Ih'IoiciI twin sister, nnd bo nsMircd of
her forgiveness. This slter-Ioo wns nil
sho hndcicr felt, besides tier lore of
(iod, iu nny strong degree; nil tho pas
sion of devot'on of which this homely,
common-place woman wns capable wns
centered in that, nnd tho unsntWlit-d
strength of It wns Killing hor. The
weaker sho grow tho morn earnestly
sho listened. She was too feeble lo sit
up, but she would not consent to llo in
bed, nnd made 1 hem bolster her up with
pillows In n roeklng-chnlr by the win
dow. At last sho dlod, iu tlio spring, n
week or two before her sister lind the
3 ear loforo. Tho season was a little
more ndvnnced this year, and tho apple
trees wero blossomed out further tliati
they were then. Sho died nbout ten
o'clock In Iho mornlnt:. Tho day before
her niece had been called Into tlio room
by n shrill crv of rapture from her:
"I'vo heard III I've heard It! "she
cried: "A faint sound o' muslo, like the
dyln' nway of n belt." Mary K. II W
Aims, in lfurper's Jlatnr.
How Oranges nro l'ackei'.
A few j cars ngo it was lxdioved al
most Indispensable lo wrap oranges Iu
tissue or other paper when packing the
fruit for long shipment. The argument
In favor of this practice wns that the
wieppor absorbed tho moisture caused
from tho sweating of tho oranges nnd
nlso prevented n dceajed specimen
from Affecting tlio fruit surrounding It
Tills old jdnn of wrapping oranges In
till 11 patior is now being superseded in
many localities by tho newer ono ol
packing them In klln-drlcd snwdust
made from wooil as free as possible
from rosin, or In cork-dust, so that they
do not come iu contact witli one another.
It has been pnn en that dry snnd Is an
excelbiut. packing material for oranges
nnd lemons, nnd wliVn tho fruit Is for
homo use, dry s.ind Is prcferablo to the
sawdust. Of course, sand is not to be
thought of when the fruit Is to bo
shipped 011 account ot Its weight.
l'rogjvslvo oraugo growers ijoiv un
derstand the necessity of sweating the
fruit previous to packing it. Great los
Is sustained when oranges are shipped
before tho moisture created during the
sweating process Is expelled.
A system adopted bv manv Is ns fol
lows: First, clip the fruit - do not pull
it -and let the place of severance be us
closo lo tho fruit ns posslblo. This clip
ping Is done by hand, nlso by n little In
strument called the clipper, which not
only cuts tho fruit from the limb but
holds It safely in a little basket attached,
so that it does not become bruised hj
falling to the ground.
When tho fruit is gathered the noxt
stop Is to bean it upinn drt place where
there is good icntllation and let It re
main three or four or more dajs, no
cording as tho soil I low nnd wet ot
there Is much moisture In tho atmos
phere, nnd then spread It out for sev
eral hours or until tho moisture evap
orates. Having harvested nnd dried tho fruit
Hie next step Is to nssort it ns to sire
nnd color, placing in the same crate
only such oranges, ns nre uniform In
theo two respects Tho sizing cf
ornnges Is rendered easy nnd rapid by
the employment of slilng-troughs, Iu
which nt Intervals nre cut holes ol
usually thrco sires. As the ornnges
roll down this trough they fall through
Iho holes, necording to their size. Into
boxes placed underneath to catch them.
Occasionally oranges are packed in
boxes In which n layer of cells made ol
strips of pasteboard nre formed. The
fruit is placed ono iu ench cell, and oicr
each layor Is covered n sheet of paste
board, ami other lasers added until tho
box Is tilled.
When paper Is used for wrapping
oramres tho best sort Is that treated
with parnluno or oil, sueh ns is used by
confectioners. .V. 1". H'orW.
--It it easy to pcrcclvo why befs can
not thrivo well on a sheep pasture.
Sheep eat over) thing down very close
ly, and leave nothing in the shape of a
llower upon which bees can subsist.
Thoro Is no other reason for the popu
lar belief that sheep and bocs will not
thrivo togothor. The boos will not hurl
the sheep in nny way, but tha sheep
leavo nothing for tho bees tn pasture in;
that Is tho only dltllculty, nml whore
other feeding ground Is piovidcd for Iho
bees than tho sheep pasture, sheep and
bees wouU' thrivo ery well together,
.V. r. awMo.
A,n IhfraerttlHflry Hafllo,
A remnrkeble lostnm'o fa correspond-
'ntwtltcs) of iho foroelty of Ihc under
"cniun conoiiions Jias just neon at-
optica a couple Of days slne-n tlio
IYpitttt Horticultural nnd Cottao
tismWu SwMjr held lis anv.ilnl exhlbi
IWw a lfet Kwvnt. iM'ur Kxeter. Ono
ssl v weswpUM by tho Devon
suc-l Uv VAsHfjvsr' Association,
m4 riww Wsls vat one. which
rs)est 4-tyeA stW t tMet. This
wa . site- 4viM seYeral
llr 94, SfMMfwaMff? Wilt IS
tsmssto tt 4gn ssnsi A wsH
knisss MrNt set , f rsv4's'
How- r yriMa-ttv vni o
ttHwhsf V- y 4 twv- Ms -v
fiwind Own tsrM essxr -
lido. tVre Sii j.Su 'tW-sx-hi
inmml WsV W r vvl
with 94-vrriM lwnnetvie stsssi (, tot
hewt.s of ttWM xssw MM ymt
to the rntrsiKv sjmI iwoet-sl ltijtt
norkwM, grs-Msrstlly x tvea- m4 W
hlntl the hecwl. ilearr4 (JMSfT N.HW -
it, where .vs a klxl ft forws4l t-nsf
was gllPO to tkn-M. KxMtkitMtiiMk 3
the slntu nrxmltsl tn (wrs Usui Usssy WJ
beon Kiveroly baitdkn) ismSiy wre
headless, (ilhs-rs Iwd KM lesss or nsjjr
r hoth, and all lonr rximt at rvtsja
iisapx, Tliat the W wtsr sfy HMtrk
the superior fore was ewNt i
fact that nnlv about Ntts nt tbvM KxsJ
fallen iu the fray a remarkuM tttprs
portion lo the number slain of the ess
my. The battle bad raged from ataM
lei en In the morning to the same tumr
In Iho evening, nnd seemed then. I wd
nl wilh the utter annihilation of lite
I rones. ltll Mall Ha trite.
The Moiltl (hlrace SrlioelmUtrr".
"The pat ii ml result of close applica
tion to our duties is to tlrl from imr
mind all Ihoughlslnenmtwlible with the
dignity nnd reonbllIly of our jmvI
lions. No Chicago lady leather ever
flirts. I lmvc nn er heard of nn instance
if the kind. Works of n pbllosoplilc.il.
r perhnps of n m.itliemallcvil, cliarne
lor will usually Im found In our summer
trunks. With these we whll away nn
Idle hours that may fall to our lot oil
the steamers or cars 1h.1t benr us oh our
joiirneis. SomiMif tho more thoughtless
if our number peimo the works of ()onr
Wilde or of Tennicon during inentiou,
but nt lioother times. In many respects
we rcftriiihln iho Indies of the higher
walks of lloslonlnti life. Wo nro In
"Do nn of sou wish to marry P"
"1 am not proposing. J do not wish
to be understood In that way. Do nn
if ) mi feel nu Inclination to rxchinigv
1I10 wearing toils of die schoolroom for
the cnlm and unallowed pleasures of
"Spoaklngformysclf, r.tlo not. The
sonlinitnl pnbllontlon of tho particnlnni
.if illvoree suits in the dally ptess has a
strong tendency to keen us contented in
mr pi wont sphere. We do not wish to
in a rry . " Ci irnyo Time.
DrcilKlng tho Knl Se.n.
After much disappointment nnd mam
lcln)ii, the Ahhc Milgnol bus succeed
'd in raising iho Inrge sum of moiie lie
asked for, wheiviiilii lo dredge the I10I
lom of the lied Sea. lie is nfler I'ha
mah'n oluirlou nnd the cost I) trapping!!
f tlie Kg)ptl-iu uriti). He mos no rea
son why some of these relies should Pot
be reentered, even nt the trouble of re
moving Iho sand which has for centuries
pierlald them. He is enlhiisinstie In
the hope of tishing up solid dividends
for the stockholders in his scheme, ns
rtcll as of Uniting much that is valuable
to the scholar and the nrehicologl-d.
I'lio enterprise does not seem much
more chimerical than those which bale
been set on foot in tills country for the
recovery of treasure suiiposcd to have
been buried by Captain Kidd. Cen
turies ngo the Uoni'ins throw nan)
valuable things into tho muddy Tiber,
loino of which hnvo been brought lo
light within reecn,t )ears. Wo may )ct
ante In our museum souio of tbo-o fa
mous diatuond-studdivl wheels of the
tar chariots of the I'gyptinn monarch,
lido by side with the keel of Noah's
irk. A". r.Huit.
-. ' -
It Is it .recognized princlplo of
locial life that ltq.s told for tho amue
aient of a party are not only excusable
out commendable. And II follows as n
.tilo that jgood llarwitliinsuchclrcum
itanceT is rarely nil) thing else in oilier
iltualions. Chicago Inter Ocean.
Am Imllnnnpolla hahy wns bltton,
In trnsmi; a pet Jlnltco kitten,
Ilsforo a ilny rmloil,
Bt. Jacobs Oil msiutecl,
And with It mothers are smitten.
A hunter who ltvei nt Hoar Kun, 4
Hurt hU arm by the kiok ot a gun,
Thehunt It did spoil,
Hut St. Jncobs Oil
Cured him before swolllne begun.
"No Mons reflecttons, please." snl.l the
looklng-plnsi nfter It hsd tumblrd down
italrs. A'. 1'. Journal.
Tin only sclfiitlllo Iron Medicine tlint
.lovs nqt produeo huailaclip, fie, Imt Rlirs
to the ytm all tho benefits of Iron with
ut Its bad effects, Is Urown's Iron Hitters.
TllK voice ot the turtle Is supposed by
the Itochrstor l'ott-Exprttt lo hnro been
the "lurtlo's whoop."
AVells' " HoukIi on Corns." l.V. Ak for It.
Complete, penuanent cure. Corns, bunions.
One swnllnw does not ninVe n summer,
nor ono swallaw-tnil n suuuuer nurd,
" Iliicliu.pnlbn." Coniplrtn cure, nil nn
joying Kidney Ulsenies, Irrltntlon. l.
PlM.uni) plnylm; Is n sort nt ieen
bnlsa ball Knnie. .Y. O. licayune.
Pklnny Men. " Wells' Hrnlth llenewer"
restores health nnd lRor, cures UyspepilA,
' A MtSEn la often surprlied at close
" ounrtcri." X. Y. Xeict.
Tin: (i km: it a 1, mahkixs.
CATrM: Shlppliur Meers ft
Nnllve Cows . . n
llutchcrs' t-l(H'r il
HOOS-nood to choice Ihmivv i
KI,OL'H-Fney, pr.ick .... 5
IIAV 4'nr lots, tiilvht .... 7
WtMllr Mluniiri, unwnhe-l
CATTI.K Phlnnlnir Steers 0
llutehers' Steers 4
linos-Quod 10010100. .. t
Slllir.l' Kulrlo choi 2
KUH'lt-.X. tocholco 3
W'llKAT-No. 2 Winter I
CXIU.V-N11. : inUcd
OATS No. 2
Medium now lenf
ll(M)S-Ooil to choice
SIIKKI'-Knlr lo choice
FUllMt -Common lo choice
WIULT-No. 2 red
No. 3 Spring
CATTI,K-KportJi . . .
HOflS-Oood to choice
FIII'll -flood to cholee
VIU5AT-No. 8 red
No. SSiirinjf ,
O.VrK- Wi't,rn mliet ,
"OU(i-Btendsrd Mess,. ., ,
in t.k a K
ss tt i;i
( d (U'i sassssssVtaBaa,l"Vl
tn nii Vlsss7naiill
10 w a 10 ts VLAJM
8 a it 70 WMUKMFtm
to Q. ios TsBifsi
I Ml rt T 11) E JtK 1
1 is ii 1 131, PallrsW
1 07 ft 1 OTU W dSIK. Vl
ni a u! mr jmm m
IHK HffJHKST AUTIIOKlTr
M .in . I,,
tfpon Hahjret of UUI Intereat, Alfrct-
riK ntj ,mirre 01 Jlit
' 1 , ... 1
The following romnrknbls teller from ono
Of the lending nnd best known scientific
Writers of tho prrsrnl ilny U etpeclntly
slciilflcdtit, mid should 1m of iimiiunl vnluo
to nil renders who denlre to keep jmro with
the mnrcli of modern dlicorerles and events I
"Acohernl demand for reformation In
one ot the most ilfstlnrtltn 'characteristic
of tho nineteenth century. H19 common
people, ns well as theinorneiillRhtenod and
fffln'd, rry out with no uncertain voice to
be rmsilclpa'ed from Iho slavery of con
HValltuinnd superttttloti whlrh has liolil
the tnntirs In cross Icnoranre ilucinc rt
tr sirtln of tho world's history, nnd III
W Mv ot the lmk Aces' e.,me near ol
HtllC the last (tllmmrr of IniMi. Dor
Mil aumtioni and Idlnd empiricism nro
kMc ete mivni; all clashes of allcoun.
Ut FvopUi arv lilnnlUK to think for
tsis. mi i lecani nniiioriiy inueii
W (Ms rvwel-
ircunwni. .Men ami women srn
wlllliu! that a few Indlilduals
Ltit lit tkcu sshal must Ixj tlielr
,ioiiu ' eMi'iis. They claim thn
rsW 1 ts twr ihBsUes the Rreal
ejwtwt t iste Uv ami demand that tha
fseirt st t bOHianlir shall Iw re
reeHsU As h ttl ot Ibis prnrrnl
ikVeU. w wss en every hnd, linndi
U frt f reformatory nrllon.
IVf , a few Ye.r a, eiHlursst uf
tret; s snutt tle In the name ot
tstiv. w r-llIS M fmshtiess of
iiKl)twtrw. Mesa kw si under the
WMsjte el Wewted, adlr al-ned thelf
WaMto te)vrl; nST'mt lhsr eenstltu
Uxm t tM 4erw(Ml a.t ftnally
Wevl as naariyn ls a al system of treat
twM, TVere are mU!lHet people nUllitf
nmiwU frrt wtwt;hl hsv lived to
a freest M c H her rtial tthles
"es talm tn lm r irvprly treated,
laee are tteHis el p-snl ttmlav,
tbMCttWat.T e4rUu krl sviuptmus
ot enct teeSsi snala-ty and ss ItSKXlt Ike
ItchtsMt reltMt sm f In dsnetUt Ii
tefstee tlvssM. Tbev krs r-evtMil bead
aeiii tark e,.' npfvtf e eee day amt a
raveMHis ene isw neii, ,r an naoevsMiiiin
Me frWtt t wsrie. esliMes nwin
Minleil by trui, an.1 aUrltatW all these
trsHiUrs tis theol t i.Ims 9 ' a ltr.M eold' or
ItiaUrM. Il Is hiRhlldx-lhtl peepte rka
ton know feed .en, t iv ieeiliie of these
ntattrrs nml eniam-lpstl ltera-trr front
te profrsthxial Unry whx-h enntrols
I hem. When this Is dnne and vrtten all
rlantes nt phvlcUneleromeliWraleiHu;h
to oxrlude af) ilnctiiK, tare that tt ts tl elr
duty t cure ditrase as nlekly ami
sa'ely as osllde;to maintain no other x
sttlon than that ot truth honestly nn-er-tatiie.1,
and to Indorse and recommend any
temeily Hint haa le-ii found useful, no mat
ter what I s oriRtn, there will le no more
ianrreln(; ninnnK the doctors, white there
will 1m great rejoicing- threunliout tha
" I'nm well aware of lh wnsnro lhal
wI.IIkj mrtetl rut to mo for wrltlne this
bitter I lit I feel that I can no: lie t me to
my bonoit ismvlethins uulass t extend n
helplni; hand and Indoroo nil that 1 Liu w
to lie pood. The extended jmldteatlons for
tl o pnt frw jrnrs. nnd graphic detcrljv.
foil of different diseases ot the kidneys
nnd liver have nwnkened the ireJlcnl pro
fession to the fart that thoio disranes aro
crently Increaslnz. Tho treatmeut of the
din-ton lias is-en largely experimental and
many ot their patients linvodlcd whllo
they wrra catting nbout for a remedy to
"It Is now over Iwo years since my at
tention wn first called tothe use of n most
wonderful prepnrailon In tho trenlmentot
llrlght's illesse of the Mdnys. Patients
had frripiantly asked montwmtthe rrmedr
and I lind heard of lemarkablo cures ef
fected by It, but liko ninny others I he.
tniod to recommend Its use. A personal
friend of mlno hail been (11 loor health fnr
souio lime and bis application for Intur
nneonuhts life hail lioin rejected oil nc
count ot llrlaht'n disease. Chemical and
mlerocoplcni examinations of hLs urine re
vealed tlio presence of larpe quantities of
nll'tiinen anil granular tub casts, which
cmillrmcil the correctness of the dlaci-xis.
After trying nil the usual remedies, I di
reeled 1:1 11) to use this preparation nnd was
Itrently surprised to observe n doetdeil lm
protement within a month, nnd wlihln
lour mouths no tube casts coutd Iw ills
rovereil. At that lime there w at present
only n trace of albumen, mid ho felt, as be
nxprossol It, " perfectly well,' and all
through tho infiuenco ot Warner's Safo
Cure, tho remedy ho used.
" After this t prescribed this medicine In
full doses In both ncuto and chronic ne
phritis, DrlghtM disease nml with tho
most satisfactory results. My observations
we n neither small Inmimber nor hastily
msde. They extended ovr rsovernl months
mid unbraced n largo number of cntoi
which liavo proved so satisfactory to my
mind, that 1 would earnestly urgo upon
my professional lurcthreii tho Importance
01 clvlnza fair nnd patient trlaf to Wnr
net's Mnfo Cure. In n large class of nil
menis micro tho moo 1 is olivloutiy in an
unhealthy state, especially whero glandu
lar engorgements mid Inflammatory erup
tions oxlut, Indeed in many of those forms
ot chronic ludlsosltlon In which thero it
no evidence of orennln mischief. I tit whero
tho cenernl health is denletod.tho fnco sal
low, the urine colored, constituting tho
condition In which tho patient is said to I10
tiiuout,' tno nurantage gained ny tlio uso
of this remedy it remarkable. In Ilright's
ditoaso It seems to aetata solvent of al
bumen; to tootha nnd heal tho Inflamed
membranes; to wash out the epltho lal
dobrlt which blocks up the tubull urlnifert,
and to pros ent a destructive metamorphosis
" lielonglns as I do to n branch of tho
profession that bollercs that no ono school
of medicine knows all tho truth retarding
tho treatment ot disease, nnd being Inde
pendent enough to select any remedy that
will roliove my patients, without roferenco
to the source from whence tt comes, I nm
glad to acknonrledgo nnd commend tho
merit! ot this remedy thus frankly
" llespect fully yours,
" IU A. liHi., M. D.
"Pean nnd Professor of Surgery, United
Htntes Mrdleal College of Now York;
Kdltor of Jerffenl 7'ribun'; Author of
(lunn'i Now ami Improved Hand-Hook of
llyglono nnd Domestic Medicine, etc."
Tun last mean fling nt Ithnde Island is
that n locomotive whistle It hoard nil ovor
the Btate. Chicago 1eralil.
What's vod la dallied.
Worklngiuen will economlio by employ
ing Dr. riorco's Medicines. His 'Pleasant
Purgative Pellets" and "Oolden Medical
Discovery" clonnse tho blood nnd system,
thus prorenting foyers and othor serious
diseases, nnd curing alt scrofulous and oth
er humors. Bold by druggists.
KntE has n colored pott-ofllce clerk. Of
courte, then, bo's n black-msller. JVtfJ.
I iiavx known nnd watclunl tho usi of
Kwltt's Hpeellla IS. H. H.) for ovor fifty
years, and never havj known or Imnrd of
Its failure to cure any case of Mood l'olson
when properly tsken,
II. I Demmard, l'crry, On,
llll.l.s of long standing nnd trousari ol
long ttttlng nre better receipted. Detroit
Youns, middle-aged, cr old men, suffer
ing from nervous debility or kindred affec
tions, should ail Irest, Willi twottamps, for
large treatise, Woni.n's Dist'CiSAnrMioi.
cai, Assocunof, lluttalo, N. Y.
I have been using Swift's Specific (HS8J
and And it to bo tha best remedy cf tho
kind that I liavo over boon nblo to got, an 1
I have trie I them all.
Jou TtsoitER, 3d V. U. Cavalry,
Arrtn a bill It sittled you can enjoy t
rest that follows pay In', A, J. Journal.
Ottawa, III. Dr. T. A. Smurr saysi
"llrown'i Iron Uittors give entiro satiiiuc
tlon." " Hough on llntt." Clears out rats,mlce,
files, roaches, bed-bugs, ants, vermin. 15c
Annin Is a passion which may bored In
the face, Burlington Fret Vrest.
ALL recommend Wise's Axle Qreats.
THE GREAT GERMAN
IttllcTcs and cdm
Rotftm, Cats, llrtlifs,
Aad all other bodily aches
flFTT CENTS A BOTTLE.
ttU by til Dractlils and
Tkskrs DirtcUou la It
Tki Chsrlfs A, Tpctltr Co.
Oi"wa u jutMiua a ox)
5 SO t J.
KI assssssi MflaaK
f Jiassuis-musuwiiii atsssiaMiiat
Oreatetl Tllteovery Since HOI, I
Kor coughs, eobls, i!r throat, brencfaltlw
lryuglH. and comtifnptlnn In Its earl
alapet, nolhlnj equals Dr. rierco' "Oold;
en Medical Dlscorory " It ts also 1 sjreai
Mnoil-puririer and strength-restorer of
tonic, and for liver complaint nnd costlva,
conditions of tho bowtlt It has no enaall
Hold by druggists.
Is A tost gtrl n MnlJ of the Mlit?-A'. T,
Ost.r Two llom.ES, Jlessrs. Johnston,
llnlloiriy fii Co., wiioleaalo druggists of
Phlladelit'ila. I'n..irenort that soma tlms
ngnn gentleman hnuded them a dollar, with
n reipioit to send n good catarrh euro to
two army offlcors In Arlsona. llecently tha
satea gentleman tnbl them that both tha
odleei ' and the wife of a well-known V. H.
A. Oenornl Imd boon cureil of catarrh by
tno two notiiosoi isivs urosin uaim.
TttK svomen who do fancy work don'l
(Heim's Hiitphiir flrtnp
Isused by ladles stiniossoss theflnestcom
plexlon.flllPsIlalrDye.blaekorbrowiiiftJc. A suitniiy cobbler will never mend your
eld shoes. ,Y. Y. itlrventlrnl.
t'ninr llnrAt.. Vm Dr. (J. II. Hill sayst
" llrewn's Iron Hitters seems to giro gen
eral sallsfnitloil, I rrcommand it ttroug-
" Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for fev
erlshnrss, restlessness, worms. Tasteless.
. tt..l III I f..ns.a L ilAII nMSBBT tbl-Utt BtSlI
JsTllTI n lirri I'lllli'MVir I' msj 1 ihfoio mm I
hvtttnilxttt. Hr lo nntUiunlwnroUcalorm I
Wirk'h Axle UrroRo iioTcr cunii.
A t Ot'.NO ,1IANM OASI
)lt a. K ItnNitK. Jr, of No. 117 Park street.
l,rat ', lf . rrtsUs lh foUnw'nt; twrnt ntrrS
UttOUr Ul-Wli "AlMUlnfiitn niimiln time thai
asrwretltaeXoflltrliald trn. wt mr lme, in I
eeaSaeit to nur I.M fur tk-rrn wrrks, tnd whrntliO
(vvr len rm-1 srss tn a vcrr diblllutcit eomtllloa Mr
tokkandlelnsMTinnltu hsir no strrrmK and I hsd
e ttisWr or imviIio. t Irtnlvarfcint Vln.ls of ninll
rsM rentuwiMKWd by lajr Irtenils. but found therdkl
twt Issftute wy eiimtltlon. 1 wss Intneiil to try
ItaM s ik-sanl. nUKHlun iknoxil wuo snen gmi
saeerwben-tn LeaMoa thst It hsi a TrrycnTlsMa
wroistsMetwtssa iwtt rrlUble niedktne. Irm
rlnvtlewbMitN sad eaa dsle mr Imrrotrd health
from the UiMeleantnieneM using It, aod mjr t-O'STtss
etMltHsnltrrf raeMIri! Ktlw-d la Irrnclh, andn
re-treo-4 tru (nm ta mr toes, mr sr-frttie Inerrssnt,
snl trier tnlag ibfm Ol bu(t.es rar ti" "' til
psn iB.1 tar hestih eoUnSj nstnmL snd I taa mot
betrtlt; mwattsa llant't ttnnnlr o inywhoms
eet a tra resaedj far illbflllr. UiafJ orurlairj
A f.Ollll MHClllAMC.
Ma. T J J.sis, ef Xa l, Cusrirs kpti, rortlsnj.
Me., arltrs tone nwlL'.IlK faols. lsy it, ticO.
'! hst tar rrrsl jesrs brea Iroubied rtthllnr
reMli!M ta4 tod iwloa, 1 liate saSereil at t'mrs
Irrrflile dlrlprss tJfclMie IrUsl tniny itUtervntcuns,
so caltM. tbsi Mr bee t ree imnmtdfU front time to
liar, 1 one day noticed la one ( our papers the trill
moBtil of a person that had sued ItunCs ltemrdy and
NTti cured of dtwses stmllsr to mine 1 rmrctiAted a
trtHe of ene of oar dree item la rertlstwi, snd Ufors
1 hsd used the tint botthi fonnJ thsi I ss Unprotlnf
beyend myeseeetsijon. hsre nutl tntl ill bottles.
aa-l I hT no tnmble from tndtsestlon, no doiress or
txlalnbaekaslfanneru- had. and slaeel hare been
eared my wife has used It fur kidney trouble, tnd
hit eared her Weesnboibitylhst Itu-w't Ritnnty
Is a birMlnz 10 aay Inst are troubled all- VUn-ror
ltrerdtieifea, or lodtsesthin. Wa nUdly rcc mmenl
Illo oar friends pr lo tny sufferers from tlnrorkld
nerdlresses, andyeu can use this Kstrr as you msy
choose for the bci t Intcn-st of suffi rlnx huiuinl f '
DH. JOHN BULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and ACUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor ol this celebrated medlcico
Jottljelalmi f.r it a taporiorit rover all rem
edlei ertr offered to the publto for the SAFE,
CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
of Acne and Fever, or Chilli and Fever, wheth
er of short or long standing. He refers to the
eotlro Western and Southern country to bear
him teitlmony ta the truth of the anertlon
that . a no can whatorer will It ftU to cure if
the directions are strictly followed tnd carried
oat. In a great many cniei a single doie has
been sufficient for a cure, and whole families
restoration of the general health. It ts,
however, prudent, and in every ease moro cei
tain to core, if Its nss Is continued In smaller
doses for a week or two after the diieste his
been checked, more especially in difficult and
long-standing cases. Usually this medicine
will not requlto any aid to keep the boweli In
good order. Should the patient,however,re
quire a eathartlcmediclne. after having taken
three or four doles of the Tonle. a tingle doie
of BOLL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
Tha Popular Remedies of tha Day.
Trlnclptl ODIcf, 6S1 Jlsln St., I.0TIST1M.F, KT.
BHYANT, &SJRATTWS ?"'-" '
bt. lHils. jIa. 7lNlsludcntsTSarlr. lrs.lsatesiieet,ral
laistUDXtmplojrmsnk ril:M FOK ClltCUIVIU
IF YOU SUFFER cijJirDisuu
And desire tn I eiire.1 -end s t cent stsmpsndad.
dress to rilAMC IiKVll.lt, Waterloo. Indisnv
NO PATENT, NO PAYI
it c a. a it i irei ii....
rl En N ftO o f ai. uaur.iiiairnt
Oalti a tf Allnnifra- Wtuhlnirlun. Il I'
Full lailructloni anil Jl-ml Hook of rtrnii cnt free.
Jtv return irvif. r1l Pt-UiUa
fotlrsi eir TillrHjtiii of
Ureu Cutting iioouii.iolf.iu..ii,u
Smith's Tonic S
The most wonderful Icwclrr catalogue eirer la.iintTi
prict this area! homo sells jts flue goods. SrT lien In
II J .VIM
I . M M ! , :t B n
THE JIINISTEIt -WHO TAILS to iulercst his congrcRa
tionand buildup liia church is fjcncraUy accused of bcingn poor preacher,
or of.npt studying hard enough. That is not always where the trouble
comes; from'. Dyspepsia and liver disorders arc responsible for many a
dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit. When the Dominic's digestive
apparatus is working-wrong and h nerves arc giving him pain, and h'i3
brain refuses to do its duty, it is almost impossible to make or to preach a
good sermon. Give your suffering minister a bottle of Dmwn's Iron Hit
tera. You will sec its effect on next Sunday's preaching. The Rev. Mr.
Zchring, of Codorus, Pa., was paralyzed, and could not walk except with
crutches, until Brown's Iron Hitters made a new man of him. The Rev.
Mr. White, ofRock Hill, S.C., says:
Urown's Iron Uittcrs is not
Asd will eawMtelT ehssse the Mood In Ike entire ,rat,m I" three roomtis. Any person who will tike ONE I'll I.
I.ACII NllllIT FltOM (INI: II) TWII.VK WUKS, m.j he mtorrd lo sound heslik If uehsthlm oskm hi!
L . ..1- l-nniila rVissontalHfa Ikoiaal 1111 a staira tsu - I fas.... I.l.- .... ik i.il.i -. . V "
lr tTasiitin twnow aneii,-o.i,w . .. ' tv voiss.
Dtbym4forfiumUfr)pi Std faf Pnip,l,L
If you are
In Uio Inquiry- lVliicli Is Iio
host I.iniinont for Mini nml
lloustl litis Is HionnsiYor, nl
Icsloil hv two gonornt Ions: Iho
MKXKUN MUSTANG LINl
31ENT. Tho reason is slm
plo. Itponolrntesoory soro,
wound, or lameness, to tlio
ery bono, nnd drives out nil
lullunuiiiitorv nml niorliid
mntter. It "goes to tlio root"
of tlio trouble, nml nnvor falls
to euro In doublo quick time.
Sit sail Ilnr com
other obstlnsis i
Btomsch Bliien Ii
brseiKl til eomptrl
on fh t nmtii
1 amfsmof mtarlnf
enrrsr di itiwh.
who spl slr.llBS nn-
urr ibb uniiiii.ii'.
rltrrls Of eslnful dis;
Is rrtullr oa
jwrU x .?
Pruril'i" sad Pctl
Catarrh M raw mui
lien annlled by
tho flnger Into tho
nostrils, will bo nl
of cntanhnl virus,
causlnir healthy se
crwlnns. It sllayl
trcu 1 no memwrans
sires from a6dUioit
heals tho sores anil
restores tasto and
smell. A frr appli
cations relies e. A
HAT-FEVER jSr,WJ, 7K
fend for circular. Price no cents liy mall or at
5irkr,lnpi iwlrfftiUtol T p. t1 tetin? ((i.o u
littrrUiin. vh, nirnitflilcf p, 10lrfr lOlo
Uhrrtjin . iwht. plloi urim Oor Hhoio JlOi "
Id mm 011 flu entpnn,nto!Rr ,nor ,,oU '"'
n Mm jmi i nrrrn i o '
lllrrfrhl oi.lrn twin libolO Ot
lMter xnixl at grr l y mlurel prlirn. hrrrf unl
wirmn I, and nt O I wilh prhllrg ol rxAni
Inntlntt nml trlnl.
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers of Guns and Gun Goods,
131-133 West rifth Street,
llliKlratnl Cattlnaue Free
JtaiisMa Cllr, Its,
I srss stiE'rlng from tllond fnlinn snd Herrnrltl
Itlienmatlsm, audhsdrpeni ifpfortreaiment wlihnu
Nncflt, and It seeineil Hist 1 wis dimmed to die.
! --a'rrl? p ;-adrnwnlna msnaouMat
astrsa, sn ill tin isrrd me Innn a horrible death,
and rn-ril ne sound and aril. It Is llie trrescest medl.
clnotnthoanrld. C II. Bxust, Qulnc;, 111,
lIKHlHirr.SltV. Swill's Pneclno cured ml
aouml and a ell of a bcrululmts taint Inherited frais
mr ancestors. J A Mat. tlaeon, Os,
1 a-n sure Hist Bwlfi's Fpeetfto ared mr life. I wsi
lerntlr rl"ned wlih Malsrla. ami wss rltrn tip to
die Swift's Bpi-elflo reiiered me promptly snd rttllre
lr. 1 thintt It is'the ftrestest rrme.iT of Hie ssr.
0, U. srxxcis. Sup t Uts Works, Home, Os.
51 P.fin HKW.VllHwlll bepsldtosnjrchemH
V'-W a ho will nml. on analrslinf 101 hntllaiol
"0,0. one partlelo r mercorjr, fodlde potassium, ol
tnr poisonous snbstsnce.
Sutrr SrcnrioCo., UrswrrS, Atlsnts. Os.
Our trrallM) on lllood tnd Skla Dlsestes mailed f res
Sawing IV.ade Easy
Monarch Lightning bawing nriacninoi
,V Omit MnvliisT f
Jubor A. Moiiey
Attovll vmm iLtrsn w1ier PART and EASY lflLTl
MlRHlT rorturr Mlrti wril Am nt-tHi HM wt 1 1.
niRHlT lnrisirr jmrn whim m tinw n nirinri
thfi MQaVARCU LtqnTNlNO 8AWIpKACUII)
jrwl uIIkO Itw-KJiKin Imlniitra n torMwfnic1
IntoiulUI 1rriittthfnr ftmltjrftort wood, tuviftl.T
of loafruttlnr ltlrl" .ndtinrlmtrd lllnsitrMtec
lir MlfUMOHARUH MAHurfluiurtinu
CO., 1C3 E, RioJolph tn. Chleajo, llL,
IH A. l'I.l'.ARllti: whn done throjrh oor
MAGAZINE of FASHION,
"Till! FOUIt HKAtOSS." IsmriUliisnerlr.
7 tie licst I a nlly Hiciilne and most complete Jlrr
loeds I'Klaloaur eser poMlslieu
wllltn fonnil In all one aensrtments An """''I
Isrre tn- il IM.MIY OOOll'i for HUIiMI.VT
l'UKIKNTH. (lurllllsnj Winter nim.Vrnoj
naar l'rlre I rr resr Rsnilecorj senl IJtEli
sitlia oatsm d a oae'.
SUPSU1 CtUWIUnD a SIMPSON,
Mnrtarnth Ntrrrt nnit sjlxth Attune,
CniOAGO SCALE CO.
Sift. WlLOY KTltS. fltia. 1TOT. tLO.
4Tn 8MU, Urn in Hoc Inrlutlrd,
sinih. PADMED'ft flnAir.tx.
Tho -IJiila iielrcUvo. V m. to iivlb 1
tlM 0T1IXR tMZfi. Kf 4..4 1 RHK UST I HUi
FORGES. TOOLS. &c.
rrsT rusts sunt rna uiiiit noai, tin
lt Hi, Ant II nml KllorTools.MlO,
rrw,r tsw lias a-S 4-l-s I4 J-bs.
Itlowers. Anvils. Vice, a Other Article!
IT LUII 1ST mil IS, HlldLUlLK SStllU
niminnn Worltpsjslietterd-Toledto selllni
inmilUitUi ,h. m snr other wsr f)k ttt
nowuslnjrlt Opse. Illnsirsted Trrlt "tUUU
rile for nrms lu Airnts, IIOUU i. CO., Ciiicaou.
ftflCflA MONTH. Agents Wanted oo ties
n I silllngsnl lislnlti- worlt 1 timplr I.;
ViiUU Aildnss JAY CliONrUX. DaTanlT. Jill 11
" tnrfrlwiir MfirlUnfoui 1 tririir ArtrtrMi
I. KMoMFCHAS, ftSU Uln L, Kt. Cli). (a
ctaacs svsr offered. Ad. J D. Baoa s. llarSsdslla, Us.
A WEEK. SIS a dav at home easily- made.
UistJtouull free. Address True & Oo, Antrita, M
on receipt of O cents for Postngo,
oontnlnlnif 1000 ENGRAVINGS ol
tho most beautiful things In
mmna caicj aid jiatioht,
tllYta flAHO Will. YAStS. ITC.
on win b sonirlsrdtn learn at what reutarlabti ton
Bt. fouls rail and ses them.
lLillls'flLVwW"t9r4n Nos. 40l. 403 & 408.
1 31 li 9 fc. A'A M I n north rooitiH irtirr.
V' Hrtonltl)ir ill
CJl Test 'Irlul. M
'oKiltni niaiiaiviMs.viin .,,,..
-"" !! i' i j i 1 1 uunia, iyiui
"Itrcstorcd me to strength and vi
only for the minister, but for all people.
P PURGATIVE HI! I ()
.k, , r
cf f . s" ,
5 2 7 ,
. -V SO" .
DJVtciotw tip aiirut in UlTir VTosTolC. POls) ffrfWht It OF
. S. JOHHSOM & CO., Boaton. Mnn.
nsicaia, pa,a, at,. fMltjB,
()h In itmc. bold bj drufKUtet
cutfc wurBiT hi fii fan
snltf'i'"M earl fur I'ltte
irlc 81, (mill ilrncKlils, 01
sent prepaid be mill nsmalei
ie. aJ -AlVAIvKHIn.e
Makers, lloajlli. !tw Vork
snd (eo.1 ,4lrr selling Queea till
an,.k t,titsi t re. Adsli,iieasi
"THB BEST IS THK OHBAPBOT,"
(For til tecttont and pnrpoMtu) Writ for frt rarephlH
Oil 11 Ice to Th Aulfjiuui t T&j lor Co-. lM.uiOt-i, Obia
AnCUTQ "!:. ;7rfr'.,!S5.?"J?TM'
u 11 111 "'"J ,oi-tioj inimirq,
nicrs.r ir.iMsentcoD.snjt!fc. Wliols.
Muisbiuuii i-ricenu rrre.uoudsruiraa
TRft AWEEKlnTourowntosrn. Termt and
A. N. K D. Ko. 810
rt-iiKV irtttrixo to AurxmrikKHB,
oleosa .my ai ansa le rtfa rflecwtassi
r Hilt fuf.tr.
c. vA'rros w
nonw-s liritlt'lH l-ni7 " "I? Ir" "
IMiiffr ii"i ' vivi.
Vlnlta, I, T
Orerblt In tdo "rft ear crop nml orerbll ft-
lUngr- I!ik?Ic Crvrlc.
5. J I. CITltJ-.,
l.C. on left lilinr sliln, mul snilJ'.o etlrrttp or
ItmiKs. tm Curl C'nclc.
viiiini, i. -r.
L'rop off left fitr nml Top nril spilt In rlfht ear
(lucre Ni'iir Initn, I T. s
J. JV. XTOXXVZZZjYTS',
Onivula, I. Ts
tTn'lertill In Irf oar, nrrrljlt In right.
IfaiiHW - I'.laht mill s nortli nf Clarrmurs.
J. O IIAL.I-,
Vlnlta, I. X.
rjmlcrMt In fncli rnr llnrso lirnml snmc as ot
ftmwc-llctwpnn Puliln nnd Prrnr's rrcnVa.
XI. VI'. J I Digit,
Trj-or'a frreU, I. T.
Crop and opllt In loft rnr, sirnlinw fo s ii 1ht
II lug' 1'rjriir'sl'irok.
J. jY. TIIOjn'SON,
Vlnlta, I. T,
gnilorha't crop in l-f I rnr mul eplit In right,
W. O. CIIAAlltKULIM,
Vlllllu, I, T.
Ovrriloiio In left cor.
T. C IIOGAN,
rfj-ora I'rcelt, I, T
Birtllosr fork nml uni!ortilt"ln right etrt tt
ilerslopr In loft. lUwjt- 1'ror s Creek.
Vlnlta, I, T.
tTnilrtloix In each ear Rana-Irror'i Creek,
&1 in let tomb of Vln ts, noai Jl., It tT lUC .
ltotil llrand- lft M loin, ' ft
Vlnlta, I. T. -
OncSo0i1clr.?k",SiS:';r,blt" '2 ? "-"-.
W!jVtTakr; . JiwVolnitfia?. "4
oir.la, I, x.
si wriK-, bIi